Hula dancing and Ho’oponopono speak to the soul.
Movement is a wonderful way to express yourself. It gets your body warm, gets your circulation going, helps with your mindset and just feels really good!
With hula, we tell a story and and the dance I’m sharing with you today is actually a prayer.
HULA IS MORE THAN DANCE
In Hawaiian culture, the hula is more than a dance. Hula tells a story, celebrates historical events and can even be a form of worship.
It was our way of honoring the ancestors and those that went before us as well. This Hawaiian practice was a way of connecting to nature and being the waterfall or the rainbow or the river. The intention is to embody each of those things.
When we dance hula, we are connected to all things. It’s one of the things that makes me feel really alive.
The song I am sharing today was written by Randie Fong. The first moment that I heard it, the song had a place in my heart.
It’s called, “Bless This Land”
Hula is so much fun to dance in a skirt. If you have a pareau or wrap-around or sarong, go grab it. And guys, you can use sarongs too.
Hula is not just for the ladies. In fact, the finest warriors were chosen from the hula dancers. The men danced hula as well as the women.
This is a prayer of healing. We are asking Great Spirit to surround us with his Aloha.
Bless this land Ke Akua
Bless this land
From the pua hiwi
To the glistening sand
Crimson blossoms of lehua
Dance your praises in the wind
Let us honor our kupuna
Bless this land
Let the life giving water
Flow freely in the streams
Through endless fields of kalo
Swinging canopies of green
Heal our people and guide us
With your loving hands
Aloha ke akua
Bless this land
Ho’oponopono is about healing. Restoring harmony. Taking right action. And that’s what we need right now.
When we’re all at home, separated and in our thoughts and in our worry, I want to teach you practices that you can use to embody the Aloha within you.
Join our FREE workshop: Ho’oponopono for Challenging Times
I’ll be sharing moving meditations, just like this one, quiet meditations, tools and exercises that you can use to help to clear away anything that doesn’t resonate with your inner truth.
Aloha is your birthright. The teachings of Ho’oponopono will help you clear the way to dream big and reach for the actions that will serve you and the whole world in the next opening.
When the doors open and the path is set for us again, how will we be showing up in a different way for ourselves and for others?
I would love to work with you…REGISTER HERE and reserve your space in free workshop online.
I hope you enjoyed learning this hula. Keep practicing. Send this prayer, this moving prayer, with all of your mana, your life force.
Allow it to extend out far beyond the walls of the house that you’re in right now. Know that your light is bright. Your energy continues on the intention from your heart.
Big Aloha from me to you…I’m sending you a hug from far away.
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Thank you for always in alignment with that light Maureen! Continue with that Ho’oponopono ❤
Here is the link to register for the FREE Ho’oponopono masterclass Alexandra. Hope to see you there tomorrow morning, Friday at 8am Hawaii time. https://www.ponoworkshop.com/bridgeadqoyklb
Hula AND Pono
Aloha Nicole, Here is the link to register for the FREE Masterclass in Ho’oponopono tomorrow morning at 8am Hawaii time. I look forward to seeing you there. https://www.ponoworkshop.com/bridgeadqoyklb